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Welcome to the Department of Psychology!Welcome!
- Do you have an interest in helping people?
- Do you wonder why people, including you, choose to behave in certain ways?
- Would you like to have flexibility in designing your degree?
- Are you interested in self-improvement?
- Do you desire a range of skills that employers and graduate schools value?
Then one of Psychology's programs may be for you. For undergraduates, we offer
- a BA in Psychology as well as
- a concentration in Forensic Psychology
- a concentration in Sport Psychology
- a flexible minor in Psychology and
- a minor in Clinical and Community Behavioral Health.
We have three graduate programs:
- a Masters concentration in Clinical Psychology,
- an Ed.S. in School Psychology, and
- a Psy.D. in Applied Psychology.
Our faculty are active researchers and offer opportunities for students (both undergraduates and graduates) to collaborate on research projects. We welcome you to meet with any of our highly qualified faculty advisers if you are interested in learning more about any of our programs.
Please browse through our website and contact us with any questions. We look forward to working with you to achieve your goals!
Steve Wininger and Pitt Derryberry
Rachel Thompson, graduate student in the clinical psychology program, was interviewed on Kentucky Outlook (WKYU-PBS) for the program "Sexual Assault Awareness".
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